drag queen

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drag queen

Female impersonator, gynemimetic Sexology A ♂ with ♀ affect–often 'overplayed'; a ♂ homosexual and ♀ wannabe, with ♂ genitalia; DQs may take hormones to ↑ breasts, and thus are hormonally, but not surgically “enhanced.” See Transsexuals, Transvestite. Cf Andromimetic.
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Ballesteros said they watch the reality TV show 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' a competition for drag queens. He quipped that Keira enjoys saying drag queen RuPaul's lines.
Lawrence Chaney, a Glaswegian drag queen who grew up watching the show, underlined how important it is for a generation of LGBT kids.
After failing to halt the Drag Queen Story Hour with a lawsuit, and failing to get Houston city officials to release background information on the participating drag queens, the parent activists at Houston MassResistance did their own research and uncovered Garza's criminal record.
The anticipated series is the first UK version of the hit US show, which seeks out a "Drag Queen Superstar".
Alan Cumming, who runs the Club Cumming venue in the East Village, revealed Lawrence answered the call of nature while getting glammed up by drag queens.
One mother, Melissa, drove from an hour away with her two daughters who "love drag queens, an inspiration to them."
A group of drag queens answered the call of St Andrew's.
Before tuning into the monumental season, meet the drag queens that will be competing in the competition.
With crowdfunding continuing through the end of March, Queens of Adventure is now surpassing stretch goals that include live streamed interactive D&D games with drag queens.
It's hard enough just being black, so imagine being black, queer, and a drag queen."
Another drag queen wore a smiling Clinton mask topped with a crown, as she shook hands with onlookers in the Dupont Circle neighbourhood in northwest Washington.